How to beat inverse correlation between new head offices and performance

2016-11-02 15:50

Telkom's new campus in Centurion adds authenticity to its talk about downsizing, in stark contrast to Sasol's move into its new Sandton head office, says Alec Hogg.

From waste to bricks

2016-10-23 06:00

Young entrepreneurs are using hazardous waste of millions of tons produced every year by coal-burning industries in Mpumalanga in a lucrative brick-making business venture.

'GTC SA series writing its success story' - reader

2016-10-03 10:50

'GTC is still a work-in-progress... but progress nonetheless', Wheels24 reader Reynard Gelderbloem shares his views on the 2016 Sasol Global Touring Car series.

Who will pay for clean fuel?

2016-09-25 06:29

SA refineries warn of job losses as battle with state over infrastructure investment continues.

Sasol’s cost-containment strategies yield results

2016-09-12 18:05

Sasol has managed to yield profits despite declining oil prices, and it owes its success to contingency plans implemented as far back as 2012.

Sasol exec who directed Inzalo scheme to step down

2016-09-12 09:59

Nolitha Fakude, who drove the landmark broad-based black economic empowerment transaction Sasol Inzalo, has announced her resignation.

Sasol boosts Lake Charles costs to ‘worst-case’ R148bn

2016-08-23 10:20

Sasol has raised its cost estimate for the Lake Charles chemical project in the US by almost 25% to $11bn (R148bn) following a review.

Motorists warned of 91 000kg AK column on roads

2016-08-02 19:28

Motorists are requested to exercise caution because of a 60m long Acid Gas Scrubber column being transported from Johannesburg to Secunda in Mpumalanga.

Ted Black: Constable’s happy lot – Why CEOs paid far too much

2016-06-27 16:04

What top management behaviours do incentives, particularly share options, really trigger and what impact do they have on a firm’s economic performance, asks Ted Black.

SA’s worst CEO – paid R50m a year; lost his company billions

2016-06-09 09:29

Sasol CEO is unlikely to retain fond memories of his time in Johannesburg. Those responsible for his unsuccessful appointment will be doing some reflection of their own.


The value of coal

2016-10-30 08:45

Power utility Eskom, banks such as Nedbank and energy investors still believe there is a bright future for coal projects in the country. Yolandi Groenewald investigates.

Gas users lose bid to review Sasol’s max price methods - Nersa

2016-10-19 06:37

A high court ruling in favour of Nersa means its maximum price methodology remains valid for Sasol’s maximum gas prices and trading margin, it has announced.

SHARE WATCH: Interesting company results

2016-09-27 07:25

Overberg Asset Management analyst Kirk Swart looks at shares that released interesting results in this week's five shares to watch.

Rob Jeffery: Reindustrialise SA – critical for economic growth, jobs

2016-09-16 11:33

Reindustrialisation, electricity and employment are the keys to growth but all parties must recognise their obligations and work towards a common goal, says an economist.

Mozambique crucial for Sasol’s future growth - CEO

2016-09-12 13:21

Sasol says Mozambique is critical to its future growth plans, while its $11bn Lake Charles Chemicals Project is set to remain within the budgeted target.

Steep drop in Sasol profit on oil price tumble

2016-09-12 09:00

Sasol has not been not spared the tough economic environment, with operating profit falling 48% and a 55% drop in shareholder earnings.

Sasol mining unit output rises

2016-08-05 10:28

Sasol has announced its production and sales metrics for the year to end-June 2016 for each of its operating and strategic business units.

Sasol mulling bid for Chevron assets

2016-07-01 16:31

Sasol is “assessing the opportunity" of making an offer for Chevron’s assets, which the Strategic Fuel Fund has also expressed interest in buying.

Is Constable SA’s worst CEO? Kantor responds – How (not) to value a CEO

2016-06-14 14:16

An economist looks at how to value a CEO, and what difference a well paid one should make to the worth of a firm like Sasol, given the influence of oil on the share price.

JSE a mixed bag on economic data

2016-06-08 14:16

The JSE was at midday a mixed bag, with industrial and financial shares sharply down but resources and gold reacting solidly on good economic news for China and higher commodity prices.

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